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Re: Inch Descendants of MO and KS
Posted by: Bill Inch Date: August 25, 2000 at 07:52:45
In Reply to: Re: Inch Descendants of MO and KS by Terry Inch of 318

Ireland It Is!!! George Inch came to America (circa 1770-1780) as a seven year old indentured servant. Became a Grantee of 400 acres of land in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, on March 4, 1793. Around this time, John Inch (Johannes Insch) came to the area. He was listed as an Irish weaver. John married Nancy Reily and lived in Liverpool, Perry County, PA. I have been trying to see if they were connected. John's line left PA around 1868 and moved to Missouri and Kansas. George's stayed in PA. In 1920, a great grandson of George, John Wilson Inch, went to Ohio and started line there. But majority of George's offspring remain in Pennsylvania to this very day. Terry, would it be possible for you to email me copies of some of your Strabane, N. Ireland pictures? Would be most grateful. We have a family reunion coming up Sunday. I would love to show pictures. Bill Inch


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